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Date Posted: 15:45:04 10/19/06 Thu
Author: Brian Hicks
Subject: Re: scheduling vacation
In reply to: Fred Baker 's message, "Re: scheduling vacation" on 12:16:16 10/19/06 Thu

Consider:

Some of us may be driving in excess of 8-10+ hours. Departing at Noon or later on Sunday, after three or four days of limited sleep, limited diet and and increased level of physical activity, with who knows how few hours of sleep Saturday Night/Sunday Morning.... equates to an increased risk in the 8-10+ hour return drive Sunday afternoon/night.

And work again on Monday?

Uhhh.... yeah.

I'll plan on taking Tuesday to Tuesday off, allowing for an overnight stop enroute, and on the return trip.

Better to plan for the exhaustion to set in and be a factor on the ride home, than try to tough it out and be at work for that task master of a Boss on Monday morning.

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